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El marqués de Salamanca (1948)

Biographic film about José de Salamanca

Director:

Edgar Neville

Writers:

Tomás Borrás (biographic study), Edgar Neville
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Cast overview, first billed only:
Alfredo Mayo ... José de Salamanca
Conchita Montes ... María Buschenthal
Enrique Guitart ... General Narváez
Carlota Bilbao ... Isabel II
María Cañete ... María Cristina
Jacinto San Emeterio ... Alfonso XII
Manuel Arbó ... Manuel
Pat Clark
Benito Cobeña Benito Cobeña ... Revolucionario
Fernando Nogueras ... Serafín Estébanez Calderón
Alfonso Horna Alfonso Horna
Agustín Laguilhoat Agustín Laguilhoat
Manuel Kayser Manuel Kayser ... Pedro Miranda (as Manuel Kaiser)
Julio Infiesta Julio Infiesta ... Secretario de Alfonso XII
Elvira Real Elvira Real ... María
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Partial portrait of a businessman from the nineteenth century, José de Salamanca, who introduced the railway in Spain, by a costumbrist recreation of an idealized, pure and popular Madrid, showing in their luxurious rooms, offices and ministries to the cream of Spanish society then. Written by jsanchez

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Country:

Spain

Language:

Spanish

Release Date:

13 December 1948 (Spain) See more »

Filming Locations:

Aranjuez, Madrid, Spain See more »

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Mono

Aspect Ratio:

1.37 : 1
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José María de Salamanca y Mayol (Malaga, May 23rd. 1811 - Madrid, January 21st. 1883), Marquis of Salamanca and Count of the Llanos with Greatness of Spain, was an influential statesman, a leading aristocrat and social figure and businessman during the reign of Isabel II of Spain. See more »

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Life and times of marquis of Salamanca
28 March 2016 | by MegaSuperstarSee all my reviews

The film tells the story of the real marquis of Salamanca from his arrival to Madrid in 1830s to his death in 1883. Although not historically accurated (mainly in his personal life facts) it is an interesting biopic showing some historical events such as the origin of Spanish railways and marquis' efforts to be its pioneer (although, as stated in the film, at last the first line was the Barcelona-Mataró) and the creation of the salt monopoly. Also the intend of beginning a new, more cosmopolitan Madrid in the style of Paris' boulevard Saint Germaine that finally ended up as a single neighborhood and the opening of a new, more modern theatre called el circo. Although only some facts of marquis' life are shown and some important ones are omitted (the creation of the Isabel the II bank, that ended up in failure) it is an interesting film overall with great set designs and artistic direction and nice performances by Alfredo Mayo as José de Salamanca y Mayol and Conchita Montes as Maria Buschental.


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